We get into talking about Siu Nim Tau, Chum Kiu, and life.
Chum Kiu is the second form in the Wing Chun system and it deals with putting your postures into motion with direct & indirect movements. Check it out!
Meditating takes determination, patience, discipline, and a whole lot of other qualities we think we want, but usually don’t put the energy into developing because it’s painful.
Siu Nim Tau is the first form of the Wing Chun system, so I slapped some inertial sensors on my body with the help of a buddy who owns the rig, and recorded the whole thing! I'm excited to bring the 400 year old tradition into the 21st century!
Now that the Chicago Wing Chun Meetup group is gathering at a powerlifting gym, I figured it would be a good opportunity to make use of their amazing facility. Starting small so I have room to improve! Check it out. Are you in Chicago? Want to learn Wing Chun? You're in luck! Come join us […]
January is my birthday month, and if you'd like to help me celebrate I figured I'd make it easy on you and include links to swords I've been eying for quite some time.
I've posted a video of me running through Siu Nim Tau, the first form of the Wing Chun System, while on vacation in the Pacific Northwest. You can find the free video linked inside the Indestructible Kung Fu Temple. If you don't know how to get there, find out by getting on the email list.
Kung fu starts a way of fighting. Then becomes a way of defending yourself. Then turns into a way of improving yourself. Then transforms into a way of being yourself.
Horodotus was an ancient Greek historian (c. 484 BC – c. 425 BC), and is considered to be the first person to record history with a systematic rigor and emphasis on what really happened; not just oral traditions. When he wrote about the worst pain possible, he was talking about seeing into history and having […]